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I passed by this sign at the New Life Foursquare Church on 1st Ave. yesterday, and had to double back and get a photo. It’s great the church is hip to the lingo of today’s youth, but to actually say “Church LOL”… I mean, laughing out loud about church? It seems rather odd to me.
Huh? What was that? Oh. It’s actually “Church 101,” you say? One zero one. I see. Well, thank you for pointing that out.
Then I guess it wouldn’t do to point out it the second line of the sign also looks like a person with their arms up in the air because they are drowning, so I’ll just keep quiet on that.
Here’s another church in my ongoing effort to rephotograph all of the churches in Stayton (see also: Church of the Nazarene, Calvary Lutheran Church, Stayton Seventh-Day Adventist Church, New Hope Community Church, Stayton Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-day Saints, the Stayton United Methodist Church, and the Stayton Christian Church). The last time I took a picture of the New Life Foursquare church four years ago, it looked a bit more decorative. I wonder where the sign on the front went?
As a vague point of interest, this building (on 1st Ave.) started out life as a department store many years ago, in the 1980′s.
I have more awesome guest photographer photos to post, but I decided to sneak one of my own in here, because it made me giggle. I spotted this sign outside the New Life Foursquare Church on 1st Ave. two nights ago. It’s much more fun to take it literally, than to put that inferred “group” word in after “youth.”
So if you’re wondering where all the youth went, they’ve been moved to Thursday. This really simplifies things.
I think this is the only Stayton church I have left to post to complete the series. I could be wrong, but I can’t think of any others in town.
I’m not familiar with this church, and the closest to a web page for it is their listing on foursquare.org. It appears the church had its own web site at one time, but the link no longer works.
This building started out as a department store back in the 1980′s called Faulks (I could off on the spelling). My sister worked there, and it served to feed her clothing addiction for some time.